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‘It’s very hard to find a company that does everything under one roof’: Checkout.com’s Bradley Riss

  • Checkout.com is fresh off the heels of a massive $450 million fundraising.
  • The most valuable European fintech has a lot of open road ahead.
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‘It’s very hard to find a company that does everything under one roof’: Checkout.com’s Bradley Riss

On the heels of a $450 million investment round at a $15 billion valuation, Checkout.com became Europe’s most valuable venture-backed business and fourth largest fintech globally.

Bradley Riss, the firm’s chief commercial officer, joins me on the podcast today to talk about the excitement around his firm’s cloud-based payments technology that tripled its processing volume in 2020, adding 500 new enterprise customers including Coinbase, Pizza Hut, H&M, and Klarna. In the U.S., the firm has opened an NYC and Denver office to meet growing demand for enterprise payment solutions.

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